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November 9th, 2010
The Turducken Finally Has a Significant Other

This Thanksgiving, Bake A "Cherpumple" . . . A Combo Of Cherry Pie, Apple Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Cake, And Frosting

Thanksgiving changed forever when the TURDUCKEN was invented.  If you somehow don't know what that is, it's a chicken stuffed in a duck stuffed in a turkey.

Well a man named Charles Phoenix has decided to take your Thanksgiving to the next level and created the Turducken's dessert-based cousin.
 
--It's a monstrous three-layer cake called the CHERPUMPLE.  Here's what's inside.

--A bottom layer of spice cake, with an apple pie baked inside.

--A middle layer of yellow cake, with a pumpkin pie baked inside.

--A top layer of white cake, with a cherry pie baked inside.

Assemble the three layers, holding them together with frosting . . . and then frost the entire thing.
The only downside of the Cherpumple is that it's REALLY hard to build.  Charles says, quote, "The physics of it provide a kind of 'will it or won't it collapse' situation.  But if it does, you can act like it was meant to happen and serve it with spoons." 

(WSJ)

(--Here's a YouTube video that shows you how to bake this thing.)
 


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